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Basic Information

  • 19thC walling and associated features
  • 504 509 510


  • Context: PCO06_504
    • 19th Century west wall of No. 6 Tenter St.
  • Context: PCO06_509
    • Concrete floor of No. 8 Tenter St.
  • Context: PCO06_510
    • East wall of No. 8 Tenter St.
  • Context: PCO06_538
    • PM construction cut
  • Context: PCO06_550
    • Concrete & brick rubble slab under 509
  • Context: PCO06_551
    • Construction trample under 550
  • Context: PCO06_552
    • Possible fill of 548 (= 547?)

Subgroup Narrative Text

    • In the north of Zone 1, in the west of the site area, was the remnants of a number of 19th century structural elements. In the main this consisted of external garden or internal basement walls running on a north to south orientation. This consisted of walls {504} and {510}, and basement slab {509}. This was all built into large construction cut [538]. Under concrete slab {509} was a number of rubble make up deposits that consisted of (550) and construction trample (551). This overlay (552) a layer of material thought to have been reworked by construction activities and possibly augmented by other dumping.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 6-7-2011

Dating Narrative

    • The masonry elements of this subgroup are clearly late Post Medieval, being built from frogged yellow stock brick and reused unfrogged red brick. The construction trample elements did not yield any datable finds, but were overlying the Post Medieval agricultural soils.
      • Chaz Morse
    • 6-7-2011

Subgroup Plan


  • Strat. Group: PCO06_51
    • Housing masonry fronting onto South Tenter Street